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[Peter Bratt] deftly edits together archival footage and interviews with Huerta's children, co-workers, collaborators, and Huerta herself. He backs it with a jazz and salsa soundtrack and tells the story with zest and clarity.
Seem[s] fairly formulaic with its linear narrative and mixture of talking heads with archive footage, but it is significant both in raising the profile of a woman too long overlooked and crucially in giving her back control over her own story.
This documentary about pioneering activist and union organizer Dolores Huerta tells an all-too-familiar story of a vastly talented woman who achieved greatness, only to be finally kicked aside and forgotten by men in power, because she is a woman.
If you've never heard of Dolores Huerta, it's because there's been a concerted effort to erase her from the history books, a racially motivated slight the fascinating documentary "Dolores" determinedly seeks to correct.